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Items needed: 
• 1” – 2” deep cookie sheet – wipe lightly with oil to keep fish from sticking 
• 4 to 8 - fish fillet laid in 1” deep cookie sheet 
• 1 – Stick of butter 
• 1 – 16oz Sour Cream container (not the light version) 
• 1 – 12oz pkg of Parmesan shredded cheese 
• 1 – Onion 
 
Directions: 
• Prepare 4 -8 fish fillets. Lightly oil the pan so the fillets don’t stick. 
• Preheat oven to 375 degrees for 10 minutes 
• Place butter and sour cream in sauce pan, melt and then bring to a boil. Set on warm while you finish other items. 
• Chop / dice an onion 
• With fish fillets laid in 1” deep cookie sheet, pour the hot cream sauce over each of the fillets 
• Then sprinkle each fillet with onion to taste 
• Then cover each fillet with Parmesan cheese to taste – more is better! 
 
Cooking these fillets:
• Place 1” deep cookie sheet with prepared fillets in oven – middle rack – cook at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or till Parmesan cheese is golden brown!
• Use a spatula to remove fillets to plate, serve with red potatoes, green beans (or your choices!!!)
• Enjoy!! Even better the next day so make extra! 
 
PS........This is the way I always do it........... I always add a can of strained rotel and a thin layer of sliced tomatoes on top of the fish while leaving out the butter. For a while I left out the sour cream...BIG Mistake. I now add sour cream right out of the container, then rotel. then some thin sliced tomatoes and vidalia onion.
I also buy a hunk of Parmesan cheese which I slice as I think this melts better. On top I sprinkle some homemade croutons/breadcrumbs. I also cover the dish with foil for the first 20 minutes to keep from burning the croutons. Yummy! [thumb]

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Hi Poakie, This looks like my old recipe and it is delicious - but I want to try your Rotel tomato option next time I make thgis meal - I'll probably keep the butter in the recipe though!
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Hi Poakie, This looks like my old recipe and it is delicious - but I want to try your Rotel tomato option next time I make thgis meal - I'll probably keep the butter in the recipe though!

Probably is a version of yours. When I first saw it the Rotel had already been added to the recipe. BTW. I just] now made a slight variation that doesn't heat the sour cream.
Got any other good recipes? I eat striper at least once a week. Don't eat crappie or catfish and sushi when Strperfix heads to the coast.

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Darn this sounds great with all the right stuff  in it. When you cooking next?
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Darn this sounds great with all the right stuff  in it. When you cooking next?
Can't ......started ANOTHER diet yesterday. [bawl]
It is awesome. Got it from someone on the SOG site about a year ago

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Diet real quick!!
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Darn this sounds great with all the right stuff  in it. When you cooking next?
Can't ......started ANOTHER diet yesterday. [bawl]
It is awesome. Got it from someone on the SOG site about a year ago


It's the 30th.  He should be OFF his diet by now.

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Darn this sounds great with all the right stuff  in it. When you cooking next?
Can't ......started ANOTHER diet yesterday. [bawl]
It is awesome. Got it from someone on the SOG site about a year ago


It's the 30th.  He should be OFF his diet by now.

starting AGAIN in the AM....Sunshine got me off

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The best diet I ever tried ever was RICE about any way you cook it without any sugar. All you want.
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This I got to try SOON [tongue]
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Just reading the recipe made me hungry. Will bookmark and try this soon. [smile]
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That sounds awesome!  I think I'll be trying that one too!

Wonder how it would work with catfish?  I have a bunch of blue cat fillets I need to eat

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Just reading the title made me drool, I'm gonna try this for our Christmas dinner [thumb]
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A baked striper recipe is new to me. I wish that I could try this unique fish recipe for the Christmas holiday. Thanks for sharing this to us!
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Sounds good!  I should try this one!
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mayo, paprika, garlic and broil
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It was a success, I made this last night when my parent came over for dinner they said it was delicious! [smile]
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Ate it 2 days ago and will finish off the dish tonight. It was fantastic but I made some slight changes.
Bottom layer was a thin layer of bread crumbs, then thick layer of fish, then sour cream, but not nearly as much. Next up was a large can of rotel, 1 thinly sliced tomato & sweet onion, parmesean cheese and then another dusting of bread crumbs. Cover the large deep pie pan with foil, bake for 50 min at 325 then remove foil and turn on broiler to give it a nice brown toast look.
** Make sure you drain out as much juice or water from the pie plate, especially if you use frozen striper/sandbass like I did
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